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Cutting Cost on Shopping

Take a Tour on Pre-Shopping Research
Pre-shopping research will help you know more about the things you have listed and the actual amount you can budget for them. When you do pre-shopping research, you save yourself a lot of cost because you now know how much to go shopping with. However, while deciding on the amount to go shopping with, consider miscellaneous as another necessity.

Shop with a Note and a Pen
Before you go shopping, get a pen and a note for taking down of anything which you might find interesting at the shopping mall that is not in your list. People are mostly tempted to buy more things when they go shopping especially the ones that caught their eyes. There is no offence in seeing what is not in your list, but remember you didn’t budget for it at home; all you need do is to write the cost and the name of the product in your note and keep it for your subsequent shopping, that way you can fight impulse spending at that moment and learn to stick to your list

Learn to Shop Alone
Cut down on frequent shopping with hang-out friends especially when you have much money on you; the choice they make at the shopping mall will always influence you to buy things you are not ready to buy. If you must shop go shopping with them, make sure it was scheduled to enable you plan from home and know the exact amount to carry with you.

Do More of Bulk Buying
Bulk buying to some people means spending much money. When you do bulk buying, you get discount on those products and at the same time save some money. To get started, write down the list of things you use more often at home and include them in your shopping list; goods that you bought in bulk will save you the stress of paying more transport to the shopping mall everyday, it will also allow you time to do some other things and most importantly keep you monetarily relaxed in times of inflation and scarcity of products or goods.